Known for its eclectic mix of decorative antiques, textiles, Folk Art, Mid Century design and garden antiques, the fair has attracted an international audience and is known in the antiques trade as an excellent source of fresh to the market stock – hence the large queues around the building on opening day. The fair has a vibrant mix of exhibitors from across the UK and Europe and members of the Antiques Young Guns movement have injected a whole new dimension to the event, bringing with them an audience who have inspired a new generation to mix antiques and C20th design in the modern home.
Exhibitors include: Chris Holmes Antiques, Decorative Modern, Molly & Maud's Place and Susannah. For a full list of exhibitors click here.
|Chris Holmes Antiques|
|Rob Hall Antiques|
During the 2 weeks between Bath Decorative Antiques Fair and the Bath Vintage and Antiques Market, the collaborating group will be organising various exciting events – think candlelit suppers with guest speakers, styling workshops with professional stylists to inspire visitors to work with both antiques and contemporary pieces. Lisa Lloyd is exhibiting at the fair and with her husband Marc Allum, will lead a group from Martini Mums on Saturday morning before the fair opens for a "top picks" early bird preview and brunch.
Marc and Lisa are both long standing CMid and collectibles experts on BBC Antiques Roadshow and will give the guest group the benefit of their expert opinion on what to choose to mix antiques and vintage in the modern home.
Tickets are free and you can be in with the chance to win a decadent afternoon tea at the Royal Crescent Hotel and a case of luxury champagne courtesy of Antiques News and Fairs!
To claim your free ticket and to enter the competition click here.